The Frankenfridge lands with power upon the scene. dominating all other forms of refrigeration. We had an old fridge donated to the house and it needed a little work. I decided that since it was old, dented, and rusty it called out to be Dr FrankenMark’s Monster. It’s definitely not perfect, but it only took 17 dollars worth of spray paint and about a half a day to finish. So who could ask for more?
Now if I could only replace the rest of the parts to make it run a little more efficiently.
Frankenfridge – frontside
Originally uploaded by mark5four0
Weekend Project! Frankenfridge is alive.
I Spent Saturday painting this, I tried to get it done in one day so I wouldn’t run out of motivation. It took 3 cans of charcoal grey, 2 cans of army green and a half can of black for the lines.
We moved it to the deck on sunday and bobby cleaned it out the rest of the way. My pointer finger and thumb are still numb from holding down the spray nozzle. I could never be a graffitti artist! Also at one point I almost took a sip from a can of black paint ( I forgot which hand I was holding my drink in, I remembered when I spilled black paint on my face.)
But I think the project was a great success!